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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ankurchitkara, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. ankurchitkara

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    When i force quit certain applications they become active on their own after some time.
    Is this ok ?? if not what can i do to stop this to happen??
     

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    sorry guys fro using wrong term by "force kill" i meant "force stop"
     
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    Hi
    Can you be specific on which app this was happening?

    It's more likely for apps which require frequent syncing, like an app about cricket score.
    You can disable auto-sync, if such thing exist.
    In worst case, uninstall and reinstall again (If at all that app is critical)
     
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    Applications that come on, on their own are:
    Ciacs (which i downloaded to be able to send business cards (contacts)),
    Browser,
    LG world,
    Wapedia &
    Weather
     

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